List of Figures and Tables ix Acknowledgments xi Introduction 1 PART I: TEAM AND GROUP COACHING DEFINED 15 Chapter 1: Team and Group Coaching: Related Sisters 17 Chapter 2: The Fusion of Approaches, Benefits and Tricky Issues in Coaching Many 39 Chapter 3: Core Skills for Team and Group Coaching 61 PART II: TEAM AND GROUP COACHING FOUNDATIONS AND IN ACTION 91 Chapter 4: Design Principles and Practices for Coaching Many 93 Chapter 5: Group Coaching Foundations 115 Chapter 6: Team Coaching Foundations 137 Chapter 7: Virtual Design and Delivery 167 Chapter 8: Creating Connection and Fostering Engagement in Team and Group Coaching 195 PART III: EXPANDING OUR VIEW OF COACHING MANY 219 Chapter 9: Capacity Development: Mentoring, Coaching, Supervision, Leader as Coach and Peer Coaching 221 Chapter 10: Developing a New Cohort of Leaders 249 Chapter 11: Co-facilitation, Partnering and Collaboration: Who Has Your Back? 267 Chapter 12: Trends in Team and Group Coaching 283 Appendix: Exercises, Tools and Resources for Team and Group Coaching 293 About the Author 331 Index 333
Jennifer J. Britton is the founder of Potentials Realized, a performance improvement company. She works with groups, teams and organizations in the areas of leadership, teamwork and business success. Her global clients include government, corporate and nonprofit sectors, from financial services to education and healthcare. Since early 2006, her Group Coaching EssentialsTM program has supported hundreds of coaches in the creation and implementation of their own group coaching practice. Accredited by the International Coaching Federation, Britton was originally trained and certified by the Coaches Training Institute.?She has also competed advanced coaching training in the areas of ORSC and Shadow Coaching. A Certified Performance Technologist (CPT), Britton holds a Masters of Environmental Studies and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology.